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Effective spread and timecourse of neural inactivation caused by lidocaine injection in monkey cerebral cortex.
(J Neurosci Methods, 1997-06-06)
We studied the effective spread of lidocaine to inactivate neural tissue in the frontal cortex of the rhesus monkey. Injections of 2% lidocaine at 4 microl/min were made while units were recorded 1 or 2 mm away. To inactivate ...
Electrically evoked saccades from the dorsomedial frontal cortex and frontal eye fields: a parametric evaluation reveals differences between areas.
(Exp Brain Res, 1997-12)
Using electrical stimulation to evoke saccades from the dorsomedial frontal cortex (DMFC) and frontal eye fields (FEF) of rhesus monkeys, parametric tests were conducted to compare the excitability properties of these regions. ...
The spatial relationship between scanning saccades and express saccades.
(Vision Res, 1997-10)
When monkeys interrupt their saccadic scanning of a visual scene to look at a suddenly appearing target, saccades to the target are made after an "express" latency or after a longer "regular" latency. The purpose of this ...
Reversible inactivation of macaque frontal eye field.
(Exp Brain Res, 1997-09)
The macaque frontal eye field (FEF) is involved in the generation of saccadic eye movements and fixations. To better understand the role of the FEF, we reversibly inactivated a portion of it while a monkey made saccades ...